Four bombs in southern Thailand wound 12

By REUTERS
July 11, 2011 10:22

YALA, Thailand - Four bombs laid by suspected Muslim insurgents wounded 12 people in Thailand's deep south on Monday.

Police said three booby traps went off in quick succession at a rubber plantation in Yala province, the first blowing off the leg of a rubber tapper and the other two wounding security and bomb disposal officers sent to the scene.

They said the last bomb planted in a parked rubber plantation truck in another district of the same province destroyed the vehicle without causing any injury.


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